Archives for April 2012

Jobs Crisis Among Recent College Graduates

Education Trends The ongoing unemployment crisis in this country has plagued Americans of all backgrounds and vocations looking to find a decently paying job in their field. But one demographic that has been hit particularly hard by unemployment is … [Read more...]

European debt crisis

European Debt Crisis: Portugal's Bailout, One Year Later -- Were You Prepared in Advance? Many analysts had opinions before the bailout, but no one was talking about the most important indicator Make no mistake: The stakes for financial and … [Read more...]

US Financial System: Is It Finally Stable?

US Financial System- Bernanke comments raise questions about banks Four years after we brushed up against "financial Armageddon," did you think you'd be reading this? Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said...banks need to have more capital at … [Read more...]

So Long, US Dollar As World’s Reserve Currency

So Long, US Dollar By Marin Katusa, Casey Research There's a major shift under way, one the US mainstream media has left largely untouched even though it will send the United States into an economic maelstrom and dramatically reduce the country's … [Read more...]

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Invest in Structured Bonds?

By Tim McMahon, editor What Are Structured Bonds? First let’s look at what makes up a bond. A bond is a form of debt where a company borrows money from investors and has a certain expiration date called a “Maturity Date”. The interest rate that the … [Read more...]

European Central Bank: “Great White Fear” Takes A Bite Out of Recovery

EWI's Global Market Perspective foresaw the shift in European banks from lenders to savers via one remarkable chart It's been over two years since the European Central Bank began its open-heart surgery of the eurozone's anemic economy. So far, the … [Read more...]

This Gold Market

Why I'm Excited About This Gold Market By Rick Rule After a reasonably long period of sustained and occasionally dramatic escalations, commodity markets in general, and precious metals markets in particular, have declined. This is normal and … [Read more...]

World-Wide Marginal Tax Rates

How does the U.S. Tax Rate compare with other countries? Recently the people at Turbo-Tax created a great "info-graphic" comparing world-wide marginal income tax rates so we can see where we stand. According to Wikipedia A marginal tax rate is … [Read more...]

Sociopathy Is Running the US – Part Two

By Doug Casey, Casey Research I recently wrote an article that addresses the subject of sociopaths and how they insinuate themselves into society. Although the subject doesn't speak directly to what stock you should buy or sell to increase your … [Read more...]

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U.S. Healthcare Trends- Young Docs Not Optimistic

In March 2012, the Physicians Foundation surveyed 500 physicians aged 40 or younger. 250 were primary care physicians, 175 were Surgical specialists and 75 were hospital based specialists. The typical physician in the survey was 37 years old and … [Read more...]